what was most helpful in helping you choose the university you went to?

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jonathanemptage
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I mean before open days how did you decide where to look at for me it was The UCAS fair in the November i started my ucas form I went around chatted to the university and picked up prospectuses for places I liked the look of.


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I had some rough criteria in mind (unis within a couple of hours of home, offering economics with entry requirements in line with my predicted grades). After that it was websites and prospectuses
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I was looking for unis at least a couple of hours away from home, offering single honours politics, ideally RG and failing that 1994 Group, entry requirements achievable, interesting looking modules, and a liveable location. I started that research by looking at prospectuses and uni websites.

After that, it came down to open days.

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